Budget Tips

Budget Your Time: Setting Priorities

How To Budget Your Time And Set Priorities

Most people know that they should budget their money, but what about their time?  Time is the one thing money cannot buy.  Although we are given 1,440 minutes each day, we always seem to need more!  As a mom who works outside the home, I feel like I’m always lacking time.  There never seems to […] Read more…

How To Get Back On Track With Money

This post may contain affiliate links. Have you ever had the best intentions when it comes to money, but just totally blow it by overspending?  And then you get into that funk where you feel like you already messed up, so why bother trying to fix it?  (This can happen with food too, but that’s […] Read more…

8 Things To Cut From Your Budget TODAY

Back in 2012 my husband and I were in our first year of our debt snowball.  We had scaled back some when it came to our budget, but in August we were informed that our health insurance costs were going way up.  We calculated that our combined take-home pay would be $150 less (that was […] Read more…

Get Your Spouse On Board With Budgeting

Getting a spouse on board with making a budget each month can feel like quite the daunting task. In fact, getting a spouse on board with anything that takes them out of their comfort zone can be difficult. Unfortunately, at one point I was the spouse that wasn’t on board. My husband saw that we […] Read more…

Cash Envelope System: Your Questions Answered!

Click HERE for your free cash envelopes (along with a debt free thermometer and debt snowball spreadsheet).  They will be emailed to you along with 5 days worth of information on how to budget, pay off debt, and save money! If you’ve been around money saving blogs a time or two then you’ve probably heard […] Read more…

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